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Read the following sentence from Jack London's White Fang: One Ear was uttering quick, eager whines, lunging at the length of his stick toward the darkness, and desisting now and again in order to make frantic attacks on the stick with his teeth. The words lunging at the length suggests which of the following? Attacking with a vengeance Pulling away as far as he can Relaxing along the length Splitting the stick (Will fan and best response for a correct answer)

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